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I Walk the Line
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PG,1hr 35min
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November 18, 1970
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Columbia Pictures
Synopsis: In this collaboration between actor Gregory Peck and director John Frankenheimer, Peck plays Southern sheriff Henry Tawes, who intends to bring moonshiner Carl McCain (Ralph Meeker) to justice. Instead, Tawes falls in love with McCain's nubile daughter, Alma (Tuesday Weld), and arranges for the feds to keep their hands off McCain's still. The sheriff thus risks completely destroying his work life and home life. Not surprisingly, Johnny Cash's "I Walk the Line" is heard on the soundtrack at various ... Full Synopsis
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A moody, brooding, and haunting character study, I Walk the Line is far from perfect, but it's also a film that lingers in your memory long after you've finished viewing it. Not all of the pieces of Alvin Sargent's screenplay come together in the right way; there are lapses, segments that don't seem to fit in just right, and some of the plotting gets a little fuzzy. But there are also flashes of keen ... Read Review
Featured Cast
Sheriff Henry Tawes
Alma McCain
Ellen Haney
Carl McCain
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